CONFIDENT Gornal Athletic boss Matt Fisher says his side are "raring to go" ahead of this Saturday's derby clash with Wrens Nest.

The Peacocks extended their winning run to five games when battling past Division One strugglers Willenhall Town last weekend.

It took Tom Beech's 88th minute strike to separate the sides after a tough encounter at Garden Walk.

Attention now turns to the home game with 14th-placed Wrens Nest (3pm kick-off).

Fisher said: "It's massive and a game everyone is really looking forward to.

"We're raring to go and can't wait for Saturday. We will be ready for the challenge.

"I think the pressure is all on them because they are struggling a little bit and now have to come to our place."

Midfielder Lee Jukes (groin) is the only injury absentee for Gornal.

Fisher was pleased with the way his players stuck to the task against a determined Willenhall outfit that also had former West Brom keeper Chris Adamson between the sticks.

He said: "Credit to Willenhall, they were hard to break down and had one or two good individuals as well.

"We couldn't hit top gear and the final ball let us down. Chris Adamson also pulled off some good saves from Geoff Hill that would have gone in against other keepers.

"The pleasing thing was that we kept at it and found a way to win.

"It felt even better than the wins we have got recently when winning by three or four goals because we really had to work hard for it."